Friday, May 7, 2010

Murder Plays House by Ayelet Waldman

Released: 2005

Ayelet Waldman's Mommy-Track mysteries are always entertaining with her real-life sense of humor. Juliet Applebaum is as likable as a personal friend and neighbor, and I enjoy her inner-monologues.

This particular mystery, set in Los Angeles like the rest of the series, is focused on bulimia and anorexia and its direct affects on Hollywood celebrities and actresses. Its sick, yet interesting to gain more insight on the disease.

While the plot of Murder Plays House is engaging and fast-paced, what I don't like about the book is the fact that we as readers will NOT be able to figure out who the murderer is until the very end. Readers will understand what I mean by this when you read it!

Otherwise, I enjoyed Waldman's Murder Plays House, and of course I am looking forward to reading the next installment, The Cradle Robbers.

                           The Cradle Robbers (Mommy-track)

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